Don't just put an ordinary sign on the classroom door, make it decorative! Use this kids craft idea to make learning fun. The sign will liven up the room and kids will be lining up to open the door.
By making Clay Duck Decoys, students will identify the different ways artists make their ideas visual, using memory, observation, and imagination. Clay projects for kids are extremely helpful in developing creative minds. If you're looking for fun and exciting kids craft ideas, this is a great option. With only a few easy-to-find supplies, you can excited young creative minds. Create your own duck dynasty and have your little learner make this project a few different times. They'll love mixing up colors and shapes to create unique finished projects.
Save your old bandanas and create a Colorful Fabric Book Cover. This craft is practical, fun and eco-friendly. Use bright colored fabric with easily distinguishable prints - it will help books stand out so your child will never misplace their textbooks.
The colorful laces will help small children learn motor skills. They have to weave the lace through the holes. This is a great back to school craft that can be made in five easy steps.
If you want free stenciling pattens, look at this idea from ColorArtz! These Colorful Stenciled Totes are one of the easier stenciling ideas!
Create a matching hat, scarf and mittens set for your kids using colorful yarns! They'll be warm and stylish this winter.
The student will successfully print a patterned composition appropriated from a blind contour line drawing. Two portions of drawing will be transferred to and etched into a printing plate made from insulation sheathing.
Organize kids' craft supplies with these colorful crayon and pencil organizers, which also make fun art party ideas. You can use these to hold art supplies or as funky centerpieces.
The hangers are not only easy to make, but they are useful too. This is a great craft for kids to hang their coats in their cubbies. All you need is some craft foam and some paints.
This sweet guest project comes to us from Lisa of A Spoonful of Sugar. Customise a plain notebook with a fabric monogram or image getting organised has never been so stylish!